Graduate Teaching Associate
Andrew Todd is a doctoral candidate in Contemporary Literature and Narrative Theory
MA, English Literature Studies. High Honors. John Carroll University, 2012
BA, English, History, Summa cum laude. Thomas More College, 2010
- Graduate Students in English, University of Tennessee
- Chair, 2016-17
- Vice-Chair, 2015-16.
- Webmaster/Historian, 2013-2015
- Editorial Assistant, ASAP/Journal, Summer 2015, 2016-17.
- Graduate Assistant Mentor, University of Tennessee, 2013-14; 2017.
- Graduate Student Assistant, Contemporary Arts and Society Research Seminar, 2015-16.
- Editor, John Carroll Review, John Carroll University, 2010-12.
- Department Publications Assistant, John Carroll University, 2010-12.
- Managing Editor, Words, Thomas More College, 2008-10.
Awards, Honors & Grants
- J. Wallace and Katie Dean Graduate Fellowship, University of Tennessee
- Bain and Irene Stewart Fellowship, University of Tennessee
Associations & Organizations
- International Society for the Study of Narrative
- “Storyshowing in S.” International Conference on Narrative, Lexington, KY, March 2017.
- “Redaction as Narration in House of Leaves.” International Conference on Narrative, Chicago IL, March 2015.
- “The Absence of the Miraculous Agent in Chaucer’s The Franklin’s Tale.” Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, Atlanta, GA, October 2014.
- “xkcd, Participation, and the Narrating Audience: A Model for the Interactive Construction of Texts.” International Conference on Narrative, Cambridge, MA, March 2014.
- “Spatiotemporal Rebalancing in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia.” Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, Toronto ON, April 2013.
- “Undecidability and Reader Participation in Mark Danielewski’s House of Leaves.” Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900, Louisville KY, February 2012.
- Numerous Sigma Tau Delta papers, 2009-2012. Awarded 2nd place in Critical Essays, American Literature, 2012.